"Post 'Fukrey', I have refused seven scripts. It's important to do what you completely believe in," Vishakha told IANS in an e-mail interaction.
"I am game for anything - from drama, comedy, to thriller, romance and family entertainer. I want to try my hands at everything. I want to focus on good scripts where I have a pivotal role," she added.
The actress is set to make her Malayalam debut with Rajesh Pillai's "Motorcycle Diaries" and says language is not a barrier anymore.
"The divide between the film industries is diminishing. I am comfortable in multiple languages. Once in a while, if good scripts like 'Motorcycle Diaries' in Malayalam or a romantic comedy 'ValebRaja' in Tamil comes my way, I will take them up," she said.
A self made person, the 26-year-old does not allow the fate of a film to affect her.
"I am not part of the rat race. At the end of the day, I know I did it on my own without a mentor, godfather or recommendations," Vishakha said.
"I have seen the lows of the career very early on and have come to the conclusion that a Friday can change everything. The only thing you can do is work hard, listen to your gut and be patient," she added.